Directions & Contact information

The Carnegie Center is located in the heart of Atlantic City at the northeast corner of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. and Pacific Avenue. Free parking is available within one-half block of the Carnegie Center.

Download a printable map of Atlantic City. Or check out the ACCVA website for an interactive map of the City and the region.

The main number for the Carnegie Center is (609) 626-3860. Carnegie's fax number is (609) 345-1305. Carnegie's address is 35 S. Dr. MLK, Jr. Blvd., Atlantic City, NJ 08401.

Parking lots are located at:

1713 Pacific Avenue & 1600 Pacific Avenue

1713 Pacific Ave. - located between Dr. MLK, Jr. Blvd & Indiana Ave, next to Rite Aid

1600 Pacific Ave. - located at the corner of Kentucky & Pacific Avenues

From the AC Expressway:

Take Expressway to 4th traffic light (Caesars). Turn left onto Pacific Ave. and proceed 4 blocks, passing Caesars, Bally's and the Claridge.  After passing the Claridge at Indiana Ave., the parking lot will be a 1/2 block on your left, just past the Rite Aid.

From Route 30 eastbound (White Horse Pike):

Take Route 30 (WHP) into Atlantic City. After crossing the drawbridge, move to the right-hand lane and follow signs for Dr. MLK, Jr. Blvd. Bear right onto Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd and proceed for several blocks. After crossing the intersection at Atlantic Ave, you will come to Pacific Avenue (Carnegie will be on your left, on the corner).  At the light, turn right onto Pacific Ave, and make the first right into the parking lot (just before the Rite Aid). 

For students taking courses at Carnegie, parking permits are e-mailed about one week prior to the semester beginning. For individuals attending workshops, seminars, conferences, and special events, parking permits are disseminated by the sponsoring organization.


For event scheduling, or additional information, please contact Ms. Brandy Pavia, Operations Manager at (609) 626-3852, or paviab@stockton.edu or submit an Event Inquiry. The Director of Operations for the Atlantic City Campus, Mr. Alexander C. Marino, can be contacted at (609) 626-3851, marinoa@stockton.edu.